• Does a tenant business need to sell to, or work with the US Army?
    No, the PIC’s goal is to help small technology oriented businesses grow. Activities can target commercial markets, military markets, or both.

  • What kinds of technology are acceptable for admission?
    The PIC is interested in a broad range of technologies, including all of the physical sciences, software, and manufacturing processes. The technology does not have to directly relate to the mission of the Arsenal.

  • What is the mechanism to purchase services or partner with the Arsenal's scientists?
    The PIC is interested in a broad range of technologies, including all of the physical sciences, software, and manufacturing processes. The technology does not have to directly relate to the mission of the Arsenal.

  • What is the maximum amount of space a company can license?
    The Arsenal has a number of buildings that can be made available. The PIC does its best to satisfy the growing needs of its members.

  • How long can I stay?
    The Innovation Center has a policy to graduate companies as soon as they are ready, often targeting 5 years.

  • What environmental permits are required for hazardous waste emissions?
    If effluent/emissions of the company are of sufficient quantity to require a state permit for waste disposal, the company will be considered a separate waste generator and must seek its own discharge permits.

  • Will the management of The Innovation Center assist me in securing the Arsenal as a customer for my product or service?
    The Cooperative Agreement required for admission is not a sales vehicle. Once at the PIC, however, companies can be introduced to purchasing decision makers of the Arsenal.